Arvika in a day

Here are some inspiration on how to explore some of the highlights in Arvika in a day!

Start the day

Start at the Arvika Vehicle Museum. This is nostalgia at the highest level. Admire glittering chrome cars, motorbikes, bicycles and even wood stoves. Next, immerse yourself in fine art at Rackstad Museum. A treat for all the senses. Don’t miss Oppstuhage, the studio where famous sculptor Christian Eriksson worked with his wife Jeanne Tramcourt. The studio is restored as it was in the sulptor’s day.

Lunch or coffee?

Arvika is full of inviting places to eat and drink. Explore the city’s nostalgic cafés and trendy restaurants or why not enjoy a picnic admist the greenery in the town park. Do you need inspiration to find a place to eat, look here.

After lunch

enjoy a stroll around the city. Find your favourites among Arvika’s myriad of exciting shops, murals, statues and beautiful outdoor spaces. Arvika was built to a grid plan, which makes it easy to find your way around. Pick up a leaflet of city walks from the Tourist Information Centre.

Time for a day trip!

Klässbols Linen Weaving Mill is situated 20 km south of Arvika. Here you can watch the linen being woven into beautiful textiles and buy quality products from the factory shop. The KaffeKvarnen café next door is perfect for a coffee break.

After returning to Arvika, lean back against the iconic Fågelmannen (Bird Man) statue on the market square and take a rest. To cap off to your day in Arvika, enjoy a delicious meal with a stunning view of Kyrkviken.

Fin bil på Arvika Fordonsmuseum
Fin bil på Arvika Fordonsmuseum
Vy av Rackstadmuseet
Vy av Rackstadmuseet
Vackra dukar från Klässbols Linneväveri
Vackra dukar från Klässbols Linneväveri
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